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Queen Victoria's Pavilion

Queen Victoria's Pavilion, Lahore is a marble pavilion at Charing Cross. This Pavilion displayed a bronze statue of Queen Victoria, but now the statue's place in the pavilion is replaced with a bronze replica of the Quran.

During the British era it was named as Charing Cross in London. Later on its renamed Faisal Square, now officially renamed as Shahrah-eQuaid-e-Azam. The area was earlier known as Donald Town, which was named after Donald McLeod, who was later to become the lieutenant governor of the Punjab (1865–70), even people today call McLeod Road.

 

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Taken on April 29, 2012